About Digestible Politics

Digestible Politics is a plethora of independent information, in simple term, on politics. As a youngster I craved to have access to politics written in simple, digestible terms. So, here I am writing this to explain all political, and news related articles, in a way that the most novice reader could understand. Please feel free to debate on issues, criticise views constructively and present your opinion here, on my Facebook page and my Twitter, which are all in links below!

I hope you find this as interesting as I do writing it and feel free to share my posts and show your friends this page! This blog would be particularly useful to students of politics, both at school and university, and to those who just would like to become more informed and educated.

Thank you for reading and please follow me!

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*Disclaimer: if you are looking for in depth and complex analysis of political events then you are looking in the wrong place. The site is designed to provide a BASIC overviews in SIMPLE terms of political events. We write to provide a general overview of matters throughout the world and this was never intended to be a series of scholarly articles. Thank you!*

69 comments on “About Digestible Politics

  1. clisawork says:

    Hi – I’m nominating you for this versatile blogging award. There are some rules, but feel free to ignore. This is not a chain letter – no bad luck if you ignore it. Thanks for your great blog. Lisa http://clisawork.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/versatile-blogger-award/

  2. SanGia says:

    Thank you so much for following our blog!
    Have a nice day,
    *SanGia*

  3. naijabrit88 says:

    This is a really good blog and an easy way for me to keep up to date with what’s happening around the world. There are so many things happening and it’s hard for me to keep up. Thanks.

  4. JP Marine says:

    Thanks also for following my blog..

  5. bwcarey says:

    when i was young, i thought people in politics had genuine concern about them, as i got to know them realized they thought of one thing, the next general election, were more interested in spin. despite what i knew, i gave them the benefit of the doubt, kept closely tuned to what was going on, then had all believe in them shattered, when i met some of them in their power house, my interest was getting something good done, when out went the hand, a brown envelope they were seeking.
    these same men hold power today, brother are we in trouble, hope you are encouraging edward snowden and others..amen. i can’t afford to lie.

  6. jcsprenger says:

    By definition, politics is indigestible, since getting two persons to agree on anything is a major task as witnessed in our ineffable Congress where they can’t even agree on obvious topics. But I commend you on your great effort to make it more digestible.

    • We are not trying to create unity, nor a bipartisan system of government. We are simply trying to get people to understand the basics of politics so that everyone can get involved! Thanks for your comment

  7. Thank you for following my blog. My hope is that the information I share will be helpful and encouraging. I also look forward to your insights and comments.

  8. As a student i was very active in politics – and I confess was there when we burnt an effigy of – as she was known then – ‘Milk Snatcher Thatcher’… I commend your efforts and encourage you to keep on trying to do this. And Thanks for deciding to follow my blog. I try to steer clear of anything too controversial but you might want to take a look at YouGov on the net as they have some good posts – i am a member there …

  9. i think this concept, media explaining current events, in an unbiased tradition and passing that information to the general public in a way that is accessible to everyone has become an ancient practice. when i studied journalism years and years ago, it was a matter of ethics: writing at a reading level for the masses meant writing at a 3rd grade level -sadly most ppl cannot read above this and still have complete comprehension of what they are reading (this is a sick reflection on our public education system and the school to prison pipeline, i personally have a tough time consenting to this bc on a national level we should be way above this social normality), and presenting “news” stories without personal opinion shiny through by omission of information, promoting ideas that reflect the journalist’s personal opinion ad philosophy, or outright expressing an opinion on the situation. somehow, we have changed the course of media and journalism, with a majority of national news presented in such a slanted way, it is equal to brainwashing. op-ed and feature stories are based on opinion and these should be easily identified as personal philosophy, but news stories should be neutra.l

  10. yasniger says:

    Thanks for showing interest in what I put out too. I sincerely hope you continue to find my works entertaining & pleasurable. Be safe.

  11. News Cruise 60 says:

    I know the love of writing about what interests you. For a number of years I tried many things, but never had the drive to stay with them.

    You keep writing on these topics!

    “EE”

  12. annetbell says:

    I have nominated you for the A B C Award for blogging. I hope you will accept this award and pass it along to other deserving blogs. Please visit the page below to read the details. Thanks for your great work!
    http://talesalongtheway.com/2014/02/03/shauny-blogging-award-and-a-b-c-blogging-award/

  13. angelis80 says:

    Thanks for stopping by and checking out my humble blog…I hope some of my posts can shine a light every now and again 😉
    Love and Light

  14. anna mosca says:

    Hi, I wanted to thank you for the follow! Please be aware that my blog is a bilingual one. So you may get links to some poems in English as well as to some in Italian… Pictures, on the other hand, have no language barriers 😉
    Keep up the good work on politics, we all need a digestive aid on the subject…
    Anna

  15. watchducks says:

    Great blog idea. “As a youngster I craved to have access to politics written in simple”, we all feel you!

  16. Hi, thanks for following, it is much appreciated.
    I love the idea of politics made simple, and will be following you on twitter. my twitter id is @DorindaBalchin
    Looking forward to reading your posts and tweets1
    Dorinda

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